It's Tickle a Teapotter week and it's all about Feather Fun. Talk about tickling someone's fancy!
There's no feathers flying here, but I did bring a few feathered friends, and it's owl good!
I wish we had owls in my neighborhood, but we don't. I love to hear them talking to each other when we're out camping. I used to see some on their nightly hunt, when I worked nights.
I've had these owl dies for a little bit and even had them cut out sitting on my table, wondering how I would use them. I wanted them to have two colors, so I ran the dies through the machine with the embossing pad, fussy cutting them afterwards.
Of course they had to have big yellow eyes, so I used little patches of yellow c/s for them, adding the stickles for even more of a glow.
With the light of the full moon, they can watch for their prey.
Date: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 GMT Views: 510
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Tue, May 27, 2014 @ 9:15 PM
Hmmm, some owls might sound cute...we had a screech owl outside our bedroom window for like a month and it made the most horrible screeching every night, kept us awake!!! But, beside that, your card is so cool!! Love those awesome looking owls. Kinda steam punkie!
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Tue, May 27, 2014 @ 9:23 PM
I am like you, I LOVE the sound of owls and looks too, they are so neat. The sentiment is a hoot...pun intended..lol...no I think it is so cute and is the whole scene, even with the bright eyes...hope you get to hear or see one again soon...TFS..:0)
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Tue, May 27, 2014 @ 11:38 PM
Oh, how wonderful! I never thought of owls...I'm glad you brought these delightful ones along. Your moon and slightly starry sky are so beautiful. Your fussy cutting is amazing!!!
When I worked in Yorkshire, I used to hear them every single night, but no matter how hard I tried I never got to see one; I've only seen them in captivity.
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Wed, May 28, 2014 @ 10:38 AM
Love the way you achieved the color on these fellows. The background of branches and moon is eye catching.
When I was teaching I would order sterilized owl pellets from a science supply house and the class would work in twos to dissect the pellets. Each pair of children would have a picture chart and lay out the bones etc they found. Always had a number of parent volunteers to help with this interesting project!! You have brought back good memories.